Thursday, June 29, 2017

Casual, creative summer days down on Main Street Cocoa Beach Art and family events gaining traction

Downtown Cocoa Beach provides perfect landscape for events, music and art. While most people associate downtown Cocoa Beach with tourists, tiki bars, visitors and locals can wander off the beaten path to find a more creative vibe that is bubbling.

 “Expression takes many forms and we have an array of choices,” says Beth Javens, Executive Director, Cocoa Beach Main Street.  Our recent Art Walk featured local taverns and nearly all of them had artists on-site or art on display.  Our Friday event series has a loyal following. They are well attended and people from all over the region come out to support it.” Last month we had two food truck vendors make their debut (the crepes, by the way, were delicious!”).

Art Galleries are open at Debrilcha on North Orlando and appointments can be made with Rick Piper, Mike Moffett, and more.

July 3 Independence Day Celebration on the Beach, downtown Cocoa Beach
July 8 and July 15 Klopfenstine Contemporary Stained Glass Klopfenstine Stained Glass Tiffany Style class instruction schedule with foiling over the course of 2 days; traditional 900 year-old style Stained Glass Class using lead & the A to Z process from start to finish & forming a Stained Glass Painting; Launching Thursday Classes 321-208-1317 for more information 12 N. Brevard Ave, Cocoa Beach 32931. 
July 16 Cocoa Beach Library presents New York Times author Beatriz Williams,
July 21 Cocoa Beach Main Street “Big Summer Barbeque” The festival on Minutemen Causeway is a unique family-friendly street party featuring music, food trucks and a unique ensemble of vendors, crafts and street performers. or cocoa.beach.main.street.
Through July 21 Studios of Cocoa Beach Exhibit “Colors of the Spirit; “Introduction to Encaustics” An introduction to the medium of encaustics, a beeswax/damar crystal medium this two-day class offers a comprehensive approach for working both traditionally and experimentally with encaustic.
July 28 Exhibit Opening Reception Studios of Cocoa Beach, Media Mayhem”
July 29 Sip n Paint at the Studios. No talent necessary! Art materials provided. Bring refreshments and food. $35, materials included, 12 person max.

For more information find or Cocoa Beach Main Street, Inc is a 501c-3 not-for profit. Cocoa Beach Main Street, Inc. advocates on behalf of issues affecting the economic vitality and cultural identity of downtown Cocoa Beach. It is an accredited Florida Main Street Community.

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